Yosemite Science Publication
Yosemite Science is an online resources management publication of Yosemite National Park’s Resources Management and Science Division and is published on an occasional basis and posted on Yosemite National Park’s website. The publication presents recent and ongoing research in natural and cultural resources, and social science. Content is reviewed for basic scientific soundness, clarity, and completeness but does not undergo anonymous peer review. Submissions are welcome from all investigators conducting formal research in Yosemite and the broader Sierra Nevada area. To submit article proposals or to contact the editor, e-mail the editor or write to the following address: Editor, Yosemite Science, P.O. Box 700, El Portal, CA 95318.
High-resolution Tools for Understanding Geologic Processes
Peregrine Falcon Recovery
Yosemite Bog-orchid: The Long Journey to Discovery
Climbing Cathedral Peak
What Makes a Vista Scenic?
Piecing Together the Past: Chinese Immigrants in Yosemite
Did You Know?
The Merced River above Nevada Fall and South Fork Merced River above Wawona, numerous small meadows and adjacent riparian habitats occur. Owing their existence to the river and its annual flooding, these habitats help support eight special status animal species: harlequin ducks, black swifts, bald eagles, osprey, willow flycatchers, yellow warbler, western red bat, and Sierra Nevada mountain beaver.